This is the 2014 annual review of DFID's £17M Ghana Adolescent
Reproductive Health (ARH) programme (2013 - 2017). It is the second
annual review of the programme and covers the period from January to
It summarises progress and lessons learnt since the last review in terms
of the four outputs:
- increased provision, knowledge and awareness of adolescent sexual
and reproductive health (ASRH) services in the focal region;
- adolescent-friendly sexual reproductive health services developed
and provider capacity developed;
- better evidence of factors affecting uptake of ASRH and FP; and
- increased availability of FP commodities.
Overall, the programme scored A: meets expectations. However, while
outputs 2 and 3 exceeded expectations, output 1 performed substantially
below expectations and output 4 performed moderately below expectations.
The annual review details the reasons behind these results and provides
detailed recommendations for improvement specific to each output and to
Anon. Assignment Report: Annual review of the DFID Ghana Adolescent Reproductive Health (ARH) programme. HEART, UK (2015) 22 pp.